Digging into the Collections
Digging into the Collections
by Leah Dilworth

An English professor brings her students to the archives to compare early printed editions of slave narratives and other abolitionist literature to the deracinated versions published in their anthology.


by Eric Platt

A history professor argues that images can be powerful teaching aids in the classroom and encourages educators to bring students to the archives to view historical photographs in person.


by Jennifer Wingate

An art history professor discusses how her students used research skills developed in the archives to become more careful observers of art during museum visits.


by Leah Dilworth

An English professor brings her students to the archives to compare early printed editions of slave narratives and other abolitionist literature to the deracinated versions published in their anthology.


by Eric Platt

A history professor argues that images can be powerful teaching aids in the classroom and encourages educators to bring students to the archives to view historical photographs in person.


by Jennifer Wingate

An art history professor discusses how her students used research skills developed in the archives to become more careful observers of art during museum visits.